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‘Most of the time people ask, how do you make it funny? You’ve got to make it readable first. And the most important word in the book is the first word, “I”. It says “I” and you are in his head right from the beginning.’ Graeme Simsion speaks to The Vine about The Rosie Project, the autism spectrum and his unlikely rom-com hero, Don.

The object of this new computer game is to control a depressed novelist trying not to destroy his family. Sounds fun.

Ask the Writing Teacher: what’s a story arc?

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